# Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

6 Pages

### Chi_Square_Distribution_Probability_Table_Tail_Distribution_

Course: SOC 271, Fall 2008
School: Berkeley
Rating:

Word Count: 812

#### Document Preview

To: From: RE: Trond Petersen Course participants How to read a table for the chi-square distribution On Reading the Table Table C (Agresti and Finlay 2001, p. 670) gives critical values for the chisquare distribution. It does so only for the right-tail probabilities. Here is an explanation of how to read the table. The first column, under the heading df, gives the degrees of freedom for the chi-square variable....

Register Now

#### Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> California >> Berkeley >> SOC 271

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
To: From: RE: Trond Petersen Course participants How to read a table for the chi-square distribution On Reading the Table Table C (Agresti and Finlay 2001, p. 670) gives critical values for the chisquare distribution. It does so only for the right-tail probabilities. Here is an explanation of how to read the table. The first column, under the heading df, gives the degrees of freedom for the chi-square variable. For how to compute df, see below. The shape of the chisquare-distribution depends on the number of degrees of freedom. The top row, to the right of the symbol df, gives a listing of 7 probabil...
Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

Berkeley - SOC - 271
To: From: Course: RE: Topic:Course Participants Trond Petersen Categorical Dependent Variables Odds and odds-ratios How to do itThere are three steps: Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: The probabilities (proportions) The Odds (ratio of two probabilities) T
Berkeley - CONF - 5
08:00 - 09:00 09:00 - 09:05 09:05 - 09:10Name cards available for those who have registered. Welcome by Elwin Marg on behalf of the Minerva Foundation and the University of California, Berkeley. Introduction by Semir Zeki on behalf of the Institute
Berkeley - CS - 252
CS252 Graduate Computer ArchitectureMotivation: Who Cares About I/O? CPU Performance: 60% per year I/O system performance limited by mechanical delays (disk I/O) Amdahl's Law: system speed-up limited by the slowest part!&lt; 10% per year (IO per s
Berkeley - E - 218
Do Consumers Know Their Willingness to Pay? Evidence from eBay AuctionsHanh Ahlee Stanford University yolee@stanford.edu Ulrike Malmendier Stanford University ulrikem@stanford.eduOctober 2, 2005 VERY PRELIMINARYAbstract According to standard eco
Berkeley - E - 251
Do Disappointing Pay Raises Lower Productivity? Final-Offer Arbitration and the Performance of New Jersey Police Officers*Abstract This paper studies whether on-the-job performance of labor market participants responds to changes in relative compen
Berkeley - E - 234
Econ 234C Corporate Finance Lecture 12: Corporate GovernanceUlrike Malmendier UC BerkeleyMay 1, 2007Outline1. Organization 2. Homework 3 3. Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation Monitoring of Managers (Townsend 1979) Other Topics
UCF - MAR - 3023
Slide 1Back to SchoolAlready?Slide 2Welcome to MAR 3023H4 credit hour course!Slide 3IntroductionsISlide 4Raj Echambadi Ph.D. Marketing Area of specialization: Strategy; especially technology management andloyalty issues Marketi
UCF - MAR - 3023
Slide 1Chapter 2Strategic Planning for Competitive AdvantageSlide 2LOIWhat is Strategic Planning?The managerial process of creating and maintaining a fit between the organizations objectives and resources and evolving market opportunities t
UCF - MAR - 3023
Chapter 15 Advertising and Public RelationsThe Nature and Types of Advertising Defined paid non-personal mass-media Functions of Advertising Social Business EconomicTHE VALUE OF ADVERTISINGincreases the number of units sold and allows l
UCF - MAR - 3023
MAR 3023: Principles of Marketing Fall 2005 Wednesdays, 6:00 8:45 p.m. Classroom: CSB 101Professor: Office: Office Hours: Telephone: Fax: E-Mail: Class Web Page: WebCT Graduate Asst: Office: Office Hours (In person and Online) Graduate Asst Telepho
UCF - MAR - 3023
Slide 1Chapter 12 Marketing Channels and Supply Chain ManagementSlide 2Distribution Channel (PLACE)ManufacturerRetailerBusiness Structure / NetworkDistributorConsumersSlide 3The Nature of Marketing Channels Functions Transactional (p
UCF - MAR - 3023
Josephine Student TA: Wendy Jstude001@student.ucr.edu Assignment # 1 January 30, 2003CONSUMER INFORMATION SEARCH FOR CRANBERRY JUICEInformation Search Usenet Group participants discuss a number of issues related to the taste and nutritional merits
UCF - MAR - 7638
REVISED TENTATIVE SCHEDULE20-Sep-05 Week 5 Theory building and theory testing II. Theory Workshop Why do we need theory? 1. Bagozzi, Richard (1984), A Prospectus on Theory Constructionin Marketing Journal of Marketing, 48 (Winter), 11-29. (CS Requ
UCF - MAR - 7638
Academy of Management Journal 2004, Vol. 47, No. 4, 501522.KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER THROUGH INHERITANCE: SPINOUT GENERATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND SURVIVALRAJSHREE AGARWAL University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign RAJ ECHAMBADI University of Central Florida
UCF - MAR - 3023
Slide 1Chapter 13 RetailingSlide 2IntroductionRetailer An intermediary involved in selling goods and services to ultimate consumers An intermediary that takes title to the goods it handles and redistributes them to retailers, other distributors
UCF - MAR - 3023
Slide 1Chapter 15 Advertising and Public RelationsSlide 2 Defined paid non-personalThe Nature and Types of Advertising mass-media Functions of Advertising Social Business EconomicSlide 3THE VALUE OF ADVERTISINGincreases the number
UCF - MAR - 3023
Slide 1Chapter 8 Decision Support Systems and Marketing ResearchSlide 2Marketing Research Marketing research: The process of planning, collecting, and analyzing data relevant to a marketing decision.Any decision that helps in making informed ma
UCF - MAN - 6286
Slide 1Workshop on Lead User MethodologySlide 2Agree or Disagree? Company A develops an (incrementally) innovative product. The MR department conducts three focus groups of eight existing customers per group and ascertains the feasibility of t
UCF - MAR - 3023
Josephine Student TA: Wendy Jstude001@student.ucr.edu Assignment # 3 January 30, 2003SEGMENTING THE MARKET FOR FROZEN DESSERTS Segmentation variables Several variables differentiate consumers who prefer different kinds of desserts, such as frequenc
UCF - MAR - 3023
Slide 1Chapter 5 CONSUMER Decision MakingSlide 2What is consumer behavior? Activities people undertake when obtaining, consuming and disposing of products and services. B2C and B2B markets.Slide 3What Is Consumer Marketing?The marketing of
UCF - MAR - 3023
MAR 3023 OV 97: Principles of Marketing (4 Credit Hours) Fall 2007 Video streaming section: Main campusProfessor: Office: Office Hours: Telephone: Fax: E-Mail: Class Web Page: WebCT Virtual Office Hours Dr. Raj Echambadi BA2 308R, Department of Mar
UCF - MAR - 3023
MAR 3023 Honors: Marketing Fall 2008 Tuesdays, 6:00-8:45 p.m. Professor: Office: Office Hours: Telephone: Fax: E-Mail: Class Web Page: COURSE OBJECTIVES: To gain a basic understanding of the functions of marketing. To develop a working vocabulary of
UCF - MAR - 6816
MAR 6816 Strategic Marketing Management Section 0068 Fall 2005 BA - 110 Mondays, 10:30 1:15 p.m.Professor: Office: Phone: Fax: Email: Class Website: Office Hours:Dr. Raj Echambadi BA2 308R (407) 823-5381 (407) 823-3891 raj.echambadi@bus.ucf.
UCF - MAN - 6286
Slide 1_ _MAN 6286 Strategic Innovation Management_ _ _ __ _Slide 2Agenda for the Day Introduction. Overview of the course macro-level overview of strategy / innovation management / strategic innovation._ __ _ _ _ _ _ Syllabus and cou
UCF - MAR - 3023
Chapter 3Social Responsibility, Ethics, and the Marketing EnvironmentEnvironmental ScanningEnvironmental Scanning is the process of collecting information about the external marketing environment to identify and interpret potential trends. Inter
UCF - CAP - 5415
Announcements PS 2 is available Please read it by Thursday During Thursday lecture, I will be going over it in some detail Monday - Computer Vision Distinguished Lecturer seriesLecture 7: Edge DetectionCAP 5415: Computer Vision Fall 2007Edge
UCF - EGN - 3420
Su 95 EGN 3420EXAM 2Name _DO ANY 4 PROBLEMSProblem 1 (25 pts)Grade: Y_, N_The following data points are to be approximated by a straight line:xi yi0 01 11 22 33 3A) Find the equation of the Least Squares regression line thru
UCF - EGN - 3420
SP 96 EGN 3420Exam 3Name _DO ANY 3 PROBLEMS Show All Work! Use Only Methods Discussed In Class! Problem 1 (35 pts) /2 Estimate sinx dx 0 A) Using Trapezoidal Integration with 10 equally spaced intervals. B) Using Simpsons 1/3 Rule with 10 equa
UCF - EGN - 3420
ARBITRARY UNKNOWNSThe echelon form of the augmented matrix confirms the existence of arbitrary unknowns, i.e. a consistent system of equations in which one or more variables can be chosen arbitrarily There are several ways to establish if indeed a c
UCF - EEL - 4851
EEL 4851 Engineering Data Structures Summer 2005Office: Office hours: Phone Email: Web: T.A.s Textbook: Prerequisites: Goals: ENGR1-211 Monday and Wednesday 12:30 to 3:30 823-3987 fgonzale@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu http:/pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~fgonzale/ HW Gr
Berkeley - MATH - 185
Mathematics 185 Fall 2005 Michael Christ Lecture 14 (Tuesday 10/18/2005) Cauchys Theorem (concluded) and some consequences Our rst job today is to nish proving Cauchys theorem. Let be any step contour which satises the nonwinding hypothesis. Last
Berkeley - MATH - 55
Mathematics 55 Spring 2005 Lecture 32 (Friday 4/15/2005) Solving linear constant-coecient recurrence relations Please read 6.3 for Monday. Today we discuss the solution of constant-coecient linear recurrence relations in the homogeneous case an = c1
Berkeley - MATH - 55
Mathematics 55 Spring 2005 M. Christ Midterm Exam #1 Postmortem Comments1 Distribution of scores: Out of 100 points, scores ranged from a high of 96 to a low of 22. The 95th percentile score was 89; 90th percentile was 81; 75th was 76; the median w
Berkeley - MATH - 55
Mathematics 55 Spring 2005 Lecture 38 (Friday 4/29/2005) Graphs (Intro) Announcements. Problem set 12 has been (partially at least) posted. Note that the rst group of problems are from 6.6; there had been a typo in the original announcement (correct
Berkeley - MATH - 55
Mathematics 55 Spring 2005 Lecture 31 (Wednesday 4/13/2005) Recurrence relations Announcements. Please read 6.2 if you have not already done so, and begin reading 6.3. A handout on counting problems/techniques was posted Monday on the course web pa
Berkeley - MATH - 185
Mathematics 185 Fall 2005 Michael Christ Lecture 4 (Thursday 9/8/2005) (Complex) Power Series Announcements. Class meets in 289 Cory Hall for the remainder of the semester. Problem set 2 is now posted on the course web page. Solutions to selecte
Berkeley - MATH - 185
Mathematics 185 Fall 2005 Michael Christ Lecture 13 (Thursday 10/13/2005) Cauchys Theorem (2nd installment) On Tuesday we stated Cauchys theorem, and took a couple of very signicant steps towards proving it, handling the general case of a star-shap
Berkeley - EECS - 20
EECS 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences UNIVERSITYOF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY LAST Name FIRST Name Lab TimeQUIZ 2 13 March 2007Ex/?o11 0 t'1M / .;( ,A- -&quot;SA1&quot;\
Berkeley - EECS - 20
1EECS20n, Quiz 2, 2/16/00The quiz is to provide feedback to you and to me about how well youve followed the material so far. The quiz will take 15 minutes. Do your calculations on the sheet and put a box around your answer . Please print your name
Berkeley - EECS - 20
EECS 20 NMarch 14, 2001Lecture 23: Frequency Domain (II)Laurent El Ghaoui1outlinereading assignment: Chapter 7 of Lee and Varaiya more on Fourier series for continuous-time signals Fourier series for discrete-time signals2Fourier seri
Berkeley - EECS - 20
EECS 20. Practice Problems No. 1. You have the following sources of practice problems: Quizzes you have taken. Problem sets you have turned in. The exam archive on the web from prior semesters. The labs you have done. The problem session problems. Th
Berkeley - E - 290
Sustainable ManufacturingTuTh 11:00AM-12:30PM, 3107 Etcheverry Hall Instructor: D. Dornfeld (dornfeld@berkeley.edu) www.me.berkeley.edu/e290c/s08/lec001 and b-spaceCourse Description: Sustainable manufacturing is a poorly understood idea and one th
Berkeley - E - 290
Sustainable ManufacturingE290C [3 units]Instructor: David Dornfeld; dornfeld@berkeley.edu; TuTh 11AM12:30PM; 3113 Etcheverry; me.berkeley.edu/e290c/s08/lec001Sustainable manufacturing is a poorly understood idea and one that is not intuitively c
Berkeley - ME - 135
Berkeley - PAPER - 2001
Luca DanielUniversity of California, BerkeleyAlberto Sangiovanni-VincentelliUniv. of California, BerkeleyJacob WhiteMassachusetts Institute of Technologydluca@eecs.berkeley.edu alberto@eecs.berkeley.edu ABSTRACTInterconnect structures inclu
Berkeley - PAPER - 1999
49.2On Thermal Effects in Deep Sub-Micron VLSI InterconnectsKaustav Banerjee Amit Mehrotra Albert0 Sangiovanni-Vincentelli Chenming Hu Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720 Email: {
Berkeley - PAPER - 1998
Berkeley - JOURNAL - 2001
Platform-Based Design and Software Design Methodology for Embedded SystemsAlberto Sangiovanni-VincentelliUniversity of California, BerkeleyGrant MartinCadence Design SystemsEmbedded products have become so complex and must be developed so quic
Berkeley - PAPER - 1998
A Case Study in Embedded System Design: an Engine Control UnitTullio Cuatto, Politecnico di Torino, Italy Claudio Passerone, Politecnico di Torino Cadence Europeans Labs, Italy Luciano Lavagno, Politecnico di Torino Cadence Europeans Labs, Italy Att
Berkeley - JOURNAL - 2001
1016IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS, VOL. 20, NO. 8, AUGUST 2001Synchronous Approach to the Functional Equivalence of Embedded System ImplementationsHarry Hsieh, Member, IEEE, Felice Balarin, Member,
UCF - SCEC - 1050
S.L.A.N.T Teacher: Good Morning! I want to introduce you to Mrs. Slant. She is going to teach you how to be a good listener. Why dont you introduce yourselves? Jonathan: Hi, my name is Jonathan. Tiffany: Im Tiffany Brittany: Hi, Im Brittany. Aunt Sal
UCF - EEL - 5937
1A Stream Enabled Routing (SER) Protocol for Sensor NetworksWeilian Su and Ian F. AkyildizBroadband and Wireless Networking Laboratory School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332 Tel: (404)-894-
UCF - EEL - 5937
Sift: A MAC Protocol for Event-Driven Wireless Sensor NetworksKyle Jamieson, Hari Balakrishnan MIT Laboratory for Computer Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA 02139 jamieson, hari @lcs.mit.edu Y. C. Tay Department of Mathe
Berkeley - BIO - 1
REAR of 14 5 DWINE LLE4 3 5 2 5 4 3 52Sect. 05Sect. 0311 1010 9Sect. 11FRONT of 145 DWIN ELLESit every third seat (1,4, 7,10, etc.) (i.e. 2 empty seats between each student).
Berkeley - BIO - 1
BIO EXAM #2, Mon. August 6th 12:30 P.M.Know your SID #, your section #, GSI's name and exam location. You will have 80 minutes. No calculator is permitted. Fill in the Scantron blank on the bottom for practice. BRING: Several sharp #2 pencils &amp; a go
Berkeley - BIO - 1
BIO EXAM #1, Mon. 7/16 12:30 P.M.Know your SID #, your section #, GSI's name and exam location. You will have 80 minutes. No calculator is permitted. Fill in the Scantron blank on the bottom for practice. BRING: Several sharp #2 pencils &amp; a good era
Berkeley - BIO - 1
Back of 100 GPBR14 R13 R12 R11 R10 R9 R8 R7 R6 R5 R4 R3 R2 10 seats 3 seatsSection 18 Last 4 rows (R14 - R11)3 seatsSection 15 Middle 5 rows (R10 R6)Section 08 Front 5 rows (R1 - R5)3 seats3 seatsR18 seatsFront of 100 GPBSit every
Berkeley - BIO - 1
BIO EXAM, Wed. April 9th, 8:00 A.M.Bring your SID. Know your SID #, your discussion section #, your discussion GSI's name and exam location. The exam is during lecture time. You will have 50 minutes. Your exam room is assigned based upon your DISCUS
UCF - TAX - 6845
TAX 6845 Exam 1 September 30, 2008 (Dr. Kelliher)Name:_ Points available Points earnedPart 1: Discussion question15Part 2: Problem20Part 3: Discussion question10Part 4: Discussion question10Part 5: Problem20Part 6: Favorable
UCF - TAX - 6845
Student ID last 4 1969 9300 8955 1444 9953 0453 9105 5762 3460 3786 8634 5090 2450 7360 6596 3571 9676 8019 0835 8413 2630 3793 0884 1656 0431 0822 8939 0673 9667 1340 3331 5094 5788 3004 5533 1619 0862 71871 18.0 19.0 17.0 18.0 18.0 18.0 18.0 19.5
UCF - TAX - 6845
TAX 6845 Exam 2 November 4, 2008 (Dr. Kelliher) Name: Points available Part 1: Problem &amp; short answer 10 Points earnedPart 2: Problem15Part 3: Discussion question15Part 4: Problem &amp; short answer15Part 5: Problem20Part 6: True/False